Betty Hutton, sensational comedienne and singing star of Paramount Pictures, thrilled thousands of applauding sailors when she went into her song and dance; only one of the many acts presented as part of her USO Camp Show #370 at the U.S. Naval Air Station, Pearl Harbor, this month (from photo caption).
B.G. DeSylva presents Betty Hutton in "The Stork Club" with Barry Fitzgerald, Don DeFore, Robert Benchley, Bill Goodwin, Iris Adrian, Mikhail Rasumny, Mary Young, and introducing Andy Russell. Directed by Hal Walker. Screen play by B.G. DeSylva and John McGowan. A Paramount Picture (from photo caption).
Paramount's Betty Hutton hide herself off to the Pacific Islands on an eight week entertainment barrage. She was assisted in her act by pretty Virginia Carroll, acrobatic dancer, Val Setz, comedy juggler, Arthur Herbert, guitarist and gag man, George Costs, guitarist, and Titto Guidotti, accordionist. The troupe entertained in Honolulu, Johnson Island, Saipan, Tinian, Guam, Antawarak, Namur, Tarawa, Gilbert Islands, the Marianas, Roi, and Majuro. Betty sings "His Rocking Horse Ran Away" for a group of GI's in Hawaii. The troupe covered the island entertaining on a portable stage (from photo caption).
Publicity photo of Betty Hutton sitting on a satin couch with a ventriloquist dummy and unidentified musicians in the background for the film "Cross My Heart." Hutton and the doll are both wearing white ruffled dresses with a checkered wrap.
Publicity photo of Betty Hutton playing drums. Hutton is seated at a drum set leaning forward and smiling while playing the snare drum. Andy Russell is standing behind Hutton, looking at her and smiling.
Publicity photo of Betty Hutton leaning down on a sofa and smiling. Hutton is leaning on her side with her head facing forward and looking to the side. Hutton is wearing a suit jacket with large buttons.